Mar 31, 201407:41 AMBlaska's Bring It!
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Madison remains peaceful (and inspired!) after white privilege conference
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Janesville sent 12 district teachers and 96 students, paid for by grant money.
“Shopping at a department store without being watched by clerks or going to a barbershop and knowing the barber will know how to cut your hair are just two examples of little things that add up,” a professional diversity enforcer told The Janesville Gazette. Come to think of it, Floyd the Barber WAS white!
News flash: you don’t have to be racist to call the White Privilege Conference pure bunkum — although organizers and attendees would probably ascribe racism to any criticism.
“You want to really do something? Educate a black kid,” said the head of the Congress of Racial Equality. (“Black civil rights leader slams white privilege conference.”) “Give parents and students an opportunity to go to a private, parochial or a good public school.”
The Beatles White Album — more white privilege?
“Liberal policies have destroyed the black family,” by Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke.
These watered-down student codes of conduct sweeping across urban public school systems will not help black parents, kids or communities. Like every other display of liberal empathy, they will have a reverse effect, and it will not be positive.
White privilege may be insidious. Like Mary Burke’s jobs plan, we can’t see it; we just have to believe it. But stupidity is contagious. Political in-breeding prevents alternate ideologies from invigorating the species.
Just imagine if Paul Ryan and Bill Cosby had been invited, or Dr. Ben Carson and Sheriff Clarke. The privileged white people who besieged the State Capitol in 2011 would attempt to shut down the city. No dissension allowed in the People’s Republic! The vuvuzelas have spoken!
Admitted to White Guilt Conference: the above-named reporter who wrote “Record crowd informed, inspired at White Privilege Conference in Madison.” And $230 to $370 lighter in the wallet!
Denied: a more skeptical news outlet, The Wisconsin Reporter.